Month: September 2019

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The Best Blankie Tails Transformers Glow in The Dark Bumblebee The Movie Shaped Blanket – Cozy Wearable Blanket_Make a Great Gift for Halloween

transform the smallest of the house into the Autobot that he always wanted to be. This beautiful, soft and colorful blankie is going to make your children happy at these upcoming parties. Get it from Amazon EW TRANSFORMERS BUMBLE BEE SHAPED BLANKIE TAILS WITH GLOW IN THE DARK ACCENTS: Give the ultimate gift to your …

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The 10 Best Storytelling Brands

Humans have been telling stories for as long as we’ve been around. Parents tell stories to help their kids fall asleep at night, coaches tell stories to inspire their teams to win the championship, and friends tell stories just to put a smile on your face. Why? Because people remember stories better than they remember most things. Stories make you feel something and allow you to be emotionally invested in the characters. 

How This Newly Launched Shopify Store Made $7388 Sales in 11 Days

Whoever said that it’s hard to make money with an eCommerce store hasn’t done all the things they can do.  This doesn’t mean everyone can build a successful online business and 3X their income. Rather, if you know how to do things in the right way and try as much…
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World Blockchain Forum — Accelerating Blockchain Innovations in New York and Beyond

NEW YORK CITY, May 20, 2019 /WBF/ – World Blockchain Forum Corp. (WBF) is dedicated to promoting and accelerating innovations and developments within the blockchain industry in Asia, U.S., and beyond. The “New York 2019 & World Blockchain Awards” event, hosted by WBF, will take place in New York at the Altman Building on September […]
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Apple Arcade is now available for some iOS 13 beta users

If you’re running a beta version of iOS 13 or 13.1, chances are you can now open the App Store and subscribe to Apple Arcade. The company has been rolling out its new subscription service, as MacRumors spotted. It works on my iPhone running a public beta version of iOS 13.1. Apple Arcade requires iOS […]

How To 10x Your Affiliate Sales With a Content Marketing Funnel [Detailed Guide]

So you’ve decided to start a niche site and plan to make money with affiliate marketing. Great. What kind of content do you plan to publish? Lemme guess. Product reviews…… …….product reviews…….. …………..more product reviews. And, of course, a few product comparisons that establish the superiority of the product you’re promoting against all its competitors. […]
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New Keyword Tool

Our keyword tool is updated periodically. We recently updated it once more.

For comparison sake, the old keyword tool looked like this

Whereas the new keyword tool looks like this

The upsides of the new keyword tool are:
fresher data from this year
more granular data on ad bids vs click prices
lists ad clickthrough rate
more granular estimates of Google AdWords advertiser ad bids
more emphasis on commercial oriented keywords
With the new columns of [ad spend] and [traffic value] here is how we estimate those.
paid search ad spend: search ad clicks * CPC
organic search traffic value: ad impressions * 0.5 * (100% – ad CTR) * CPC The first of those two is rather self explanatory. The second is a bit more complex. It starts with the assumption that about half of all searches do not get any clicks, then it subtracts the paid clicks from the total remaining pool of clicks & multiplies that by the cost per click.
The new data also has some drawbacks:
Rather than listing search counts specifically it lists relative ranges like low, very high, etc.
Since it tends to tilt more toward keywords with ad impressions, it may not have coverage for some longer tail informational keywords. For any keyword where there is insufficient coverage we re-query the old keyword database for data & merge it across. You will know if data came from the new database if the first column says something like low or high & the data came from the older database if there are specific search counts in the first column
For a limited time we are still allowing access to both keyword tools, though we anticipate removing access to the old keyword tool in the future once we have collected plenty of feedback on the new keyword tool. Please feel free to leave your feedback in the below comments.
One of the cool features of the new keyword tools worth highlighting further is the difference between estimated bid prices & estimated click prices. In the following screenshot you can see how Amazon is estimated as having a much higher bid price than actual click price, largely because due to low keyword relevancy entities other than the official brand being arbitraged by Google require much higher bids to appear on competing popular trademark terms.

Historically, this difference between bid price & click price was a big source of noise on lists of the most valuable keywords.
Recently some advertisers have started complaining about the “Google shakedown” from how many brand-driven searches are simply leaving the .com part off of a web address in Chrome & then being forced to pay Google for their own pre-existing brand equity.
When Google puts 4 paid ads ahead of the first organic result for your own brand name, you’re forced to pay up if you want to be found. It’s a shakedown. It’s ransom. But at least we can have fun with it. Search for Basecamp and you may see this attached ad. pic.twitter.com/c0oYaBuahL— Jason Fried (@jasonfried) September 3, 2019
Categories: seo tools

Why NOT to Attend ChainPoint 19

Why NOT to attend ChainPoint 19! Who wants to travel to a city in the middle of nowhere, get to the venue of the conference in a traffic jam, meet these new people, try all that armenian unknown dishes? And there will definitely be need to reprint the business cards. Yeah, this is reasonable enough […]
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How to Start Retention Marketing

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in October 2016 and was updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness on Sept 5, 2019.
In ecommerce, if you aren’t moving forward then you’re falling behind. So while customer retention marketing may have been a distant lighthouse only a few years ago, it’s now table stakes for brands that want to thrive and not just survive.